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post #16 of 46
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Modify of the Viablue head.

This step must to do to increase the space in Viablue body.

 

The same as in http://www.head-fi.org/t/661897/mini-balanced-to-3-5mm-adapter-in-my-way/30

But I will post again to complete all DIY of this adapter.smily_headphones1.gif

 

Remove the ring by press it down against the floor.

 

post #17 of 46
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Use a round file to extend inner diameter of the ring.(only inner edge at the front)

 

 

post #18 of 46
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When finished, the ring can push to the posterior like this.

post #19 of 46
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Cut the excessive rear bolt of Viablue.

Used a file to cut it >>> not damage the line of the bolt.

 

 

post #20 of 46
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In the posterior of Viablue has two ring for lock the cable.

I used the bigger ring to modify for lock my adapter.

 

Partial cut the ring to give the space for the fourth pin.

post #21 of 46
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When put the front and back ring into the part.

post #22 of 46
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Finished !!! o2smile.gif

Komkrit TRRS to TRS adapter.

 

 

 

 

Photo with Komkrit adapter Rev.2

 

For mini balanced(Kobiconn) to single TRS adapter.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/661897/mini-balanced-to-3-5mm-adapter-in-my-way

 

 

This DIY act as my challenge and experimental, not for sale.

In the future if it has high quality TRRS jack, this DIY will more easily.

 

Thank you for your attention.

 

Special thanks to AnakChan, who has inspired me for this DIY...thank you very much.smily_headphones1.gif

post #23 of 46
Thanks Komkrit for sharing this excellent piece of work in great details!
post #24 of 46

This is awesome, Komkrit. There's a lot of detail to how you've done the work. I still haven't gotten my Uber balanced cable back from Russia yet but I'm supposed to get it back this week. So I should be able to let you know soon enough on the how welll the TRRS -> SE 3.5mm adapter works.

post #25 of 46
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Originally Posted by kkcc View Post

Thanks Komkrit for sharing this excellent piece of work in great details!

Thank you.smily_headphones1.gif

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by AnakChan View Post

This is awesome, Komkrit. There's a lot of detail to how you've done the work. I still haven't gotten my Uber balanced cable back from Russia yet but I'm supposed to get it back this week. So I should be able to let you know soon enough on the how welll the TRRS -> SE 3.5mm adapter works.

Thank you AnakChan.

I hope it will work with your cable.smily_headphones1.gif

post #26 of 46

Wow! What a nice job you did. Congrats! Really impressed.

post #27 of 46
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Wow! What a nice job you did. Congrats! Really impressed.


Thank you.smile.gif

post #28 of 46

Komkrit,

 

Is this the Neutrik Rean jack you used: http://www.rean-connectors.com/en/products/35-mm-cable-jacks/nys240bg 

 

Also, is only (1) Viablue plug and (1) Rean jack needed or are extras necessary for additional parts to complete your adapter?

post #29 of 46
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burtomr,

 

My adapter exactly used (2)Rean and (1)Viablue.

 

One Rean for the main part of adapter, another one I used its' internal pin for modify the fourth pin.

I think its' internal pin is proper because come from the same material for the same sound quality,

and this internal pin has a shape and spring effect that I want.L3000.gif

 

 

The Rean/Neutrik in your link that OK.(code:NYS240BG)

 

 

The ViaBlue plug use normal version.(code:T6s PHONO PLUGS STEREO 3.5 MM)

 

 

Not small version.code:T6s PHONO PLUGS STEREO 3.5 MM SMALL


Edited by Komkrit - 8/11/13 at 9:22pm
post #30 of 46
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Originally Posted by burtomr View Post

Komkrit,

Is this the Neutrik Rean jack you used: http://www.rean-connectors.com/en/products/35-mm-cable-jacks/nys240bg
 


Also, is only (1) Viablue plug and (1) Rean jack needed or are extras necessary for additional parts to complete your adapter?

Burtomr are you planning to make one? I would really love to get one.... if you can make two PLEASE.......!
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